Kurt Vile and The Violators

Drusky Entertainment and Mr. Smalls present Kurt Vile and the Violators with special guest Connections live at the Metropolitan Theatre! All ages welcome. Doors open at 7:00 pm.

Family Program at the Grave Creek Mound Archaeological Complex

Green up your winter blues! Beat the winter blues with some garden-related activities! Help us shell beans and shuck corn for the museums Interpretive Garden, make a cornhusk doll, propogate a baby plant, and get garden advice from a Master Gardener.

Decades Rewind at the Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences

If you’ve been looking for a theatrical concert that will transport you back to the days of your youth with the passionate, beautiful songs of the past, Decades Rewind™ is an incredibly memorable and nostalgic show that you’ve been dreaming of! Featuring the top hits of the golden age of music (from the 60’s to the 80’s), Decades Rewind™ is a veritable time machine of amazing music that will never fade away. One magical night of singing, dancing, and being transported back in time. Over 60 songs starting with Bon Jovi and ending with Let the Sun Shine in. 3 huge video screens of the culture of those decades and over 100 costume changes will make you feel like you're a teenager again!

World War I Exhibit Opening at the Culture Center

The West Virginia Division of Culture and History will unveil a new WWI exhibit at the Culture Center. The opening will feature a presentation with World War 1 Exhibit Opening at the Culture Center, multiple speakers, and a small reception will follow with refreshments.

40th Anniversary of the West Virginia Division of Culture and History

The West Virginia Division of Culture and History will celebrate 40 years with special activities for the whole family. Cake and cupcakes will be served at noon. Forty limited edition Blenko glass pieces will be on sale, along with arts and crafts activities for children, an in depth look into the different sections of the division and the amazing work the agency does around the Mountain State and behind-the-scenes tours of the State Museum collection featuring over 60,000 artifacts and the State Archives collection. A new WWI exhibit will also be unveiled.

West Virginia Symphony presents “Handpicked: A Season of Firsts”

ALL-AMERICAN OPENING NIGHT Bernstein: Candide Overture Gershwin: Piano Concerto in F with Alexandre Moutouzkine, piano Copland: Symphony No. 3


Multifest has celebrated diversity in Charleston for 28 years. This year's event includes confirmed guests the Bob Thompson Band, MLK Mass Choir, and national recording artist NEXT.

Court Street Live! featuring Beggars Clan

Before you go to Live on the Levee, check out Court Street Live! The June 30 show features Beggars Clan.

Charleston Town Center Presents: Court Street Live!

Before you go to Live on the Levee, check out Court Street Live! The June 23 show features Rubber Soul. Performance occurs outside on the Court Street side of the Town Center.

1st Annual Juneteenth Celebration

Juneteenth, or Freedom Day, is a holiday that commemorates the June 19, 1865 announcement of the abolition of slavery in Texas, and more generally the emancipation of African slaves throughout the Confederate South on June 19. The word Juneteenth derives from a combination of “June” and “nineteenth. The Juneteenth event is a free outdoor event for the public presented by the Herbert Henderson Office of Minority Affairs (HHOMA). This Juneteenth celebration features headliner Step Afrika! This electrifying dance company from Washington, DC promotes an appreciation for stepping as a contemporary dance genre and its use as an educational, motivational and healthy tool for young people. Juneteenth also features live entertainment from Unity in the Community Choir, MLK Male Chorus, Mrs. Jean English from Harlem Heights, spoken word by Ms. Crystal Good & Mrs. Janet Williams, Live DJ Woody Woods from 98.7 the Beat, games and much more. This event is free and open to the public.

The Mayor’s Concert featuring Robert Randolph and the Family Band

Take part in the Mayor’s Concert in this live musical event co-presented with FestivAll. General Admission for adults and children: $48.50. Prices are subject to variation.

Barboursville Buckle Series

H&H Ranch and Rodeo is bringing the show on the road for the first rodeo since 1999 to be held at the Barboursville Park. This is a 5 month Buckle Series on the national circuit where riders will compete for cash and the buckle. The Barboursville Buckle Series is sponsored by Cabell Huntington Hospital and events included will be bull riding, team roping, steer riding, barrel racing, calf roping, steer wrestling, cowgirl break away, and mutton busting. A pig roast will be set up and food available for purchasing at each event as well as beverages of all sorts. Admission is free for children 5 and under. $5 for ages 6-16 and $10 for adults. This event will happen rain or shine and you are going to want to come early to get a great spot! Parking will be available at the soccer field and tractor rides available for getting to the ring. Hope to see everyone there for this exciting event!

Barboursville Buckle Series

This is final rodeo in the buckle series of 2017 and the award ceremony for the best riders of the summer.

Barboursville Buckle Series

This is the fourth of five rodeos at the Barboursville Park. Children 5 and up are free; Ages 6-16 are $5; and adults are $10.

Barboursville Buckle Series

This is the second of five rodeos at the Barboursville Park. Children 5 and up are free; Ages 6-16 are $5; and adults are $10.

Barboursville Buckle Series

This is the second of five rodeos at the Barboursville Park. Children 5 and under are free; Ages 6-16 are $5; and adults are $10.


Nationally touring bands The David Mayfield Parade, Seratones and a special guest will rock out the Schoenbaum Stage. The David Mayfield Parade headlines the evening with his impressive display of pickin' and singing as he combines his rugged Americana tunes with a touch of vaudeville flair, and the Seratones will light up the stage with their feisty southern rock tunes unfluenced by their Louisiana home. Join us at Haddad Riverfront Park for a night of FREE live music.Enjoy this FestivALL experience from the water or land as you watch the Levee become a work of art! Expect to see FestivALL characters dancing throughout the crowd and additional artful activities on the levee and boulevard. Local food vendors & trucks will line the Kanawha Boulevard and beverages will be available for purchase. Info at :

Brown Bag Concert Series

Grab your lunch from a Downtown Charleston restaurant and make your way to Davis Park for free live music the third Wednesday of the month May - September 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Brown Bag specials will be offered at participating downtown Charleston restaurants on the day of the concerts. Presented by the Charleston Area Alliance and sponsored by American Medical Facilities Management (AMFM), the free event gives people the opportunity to get away from their desk, enjoy some live music and connect with others in the community.


TASTE welcomes foodies to an indoor/outdoor experience, encouraging ALL to taste the wild and wonderful food of Charleston, WV and the region. Expect delicious tastes, kids activities, live music and more! Time and location: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. at Four Points by Sheraton & the Kanawha Boulevard ADMISSION: Tastes 1-6 tickets, $0.50 each